[Gdal-dev] OGR TIGER driver now supports TIGER/Line 2002 form
DMartin at erac.com
Wed Feb 5 17:08:44 EST 2003
Does the GDAL Windows binary distribution referenced on the GDAL page
ftp://ftp.remotesensing.org/pub/gdal/gdal-115a-ntbin.zip, include this
updated version of OGR that handles ? Since ogr2ogr.exe in the archive has
a date of 10/12/2001 I would assume not. On the other hand the archive has
a date of 2/5/2003.
I only need OGR, but GDAL is the only binary I'm aware of.
If not, let me officially register my petition that it be updated. I could
go about installing VC++ and .NET Studio, but I'd also rather avoid it.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Mark Phillips [mailto:mbp at geomtech.com]
> Sent: Thursday, January 16, 2003 1:39 PM
> To: gdal-dev at remotesensing.org
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> Subject: Re: [Gdal-dev] OGR TIGER driver now supports TIGER/Line 2002
> form at
> > Confusing that some of the data released in 2002 is called 2000 and
> > other data is called 2002. Especially when the Census was taken in
> > 2000.
> I think there were actually 3 different variants of the 2000 data,
> released at various times between 2000 and 2002, inclusive. And the
> data called 2002 wasn't actually released until 2003. Yes it's very
> > As I said, OGR did have a few issues with the 2000 UA data.
> But, I imagine
> > that is a moot point now.
> OGR will still read UA 2000 TIGER files (and several older
> TIGER versions
> as well); it uses the version code in the files to figure out what
> version it's dealing with. While implementing the driver for the 2002
> format I did fix a couple of minor bugs in the code that handles the
> UA 2000 format, so you might get fewer errors if you reprocess your
> files with the current version of the code. The changes were minor,
> though, so it might not be worth the effort.
> Mark Phillips @ Geometry Technologies LLC
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> Phone: 828-664-1748
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